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Concrete problems only get worse with time.
Because they typically develop and worsen slowly, issues with your concrete are easy to ignore. But you should know that, because they only get worse with time, they’ll never be less expensive to fix than they are today.
Peace of Mind. Quality of Life. Property Value.
Imagine your home when it was new. Picture everything working exactly the way it was designed. The original owner — maybe it was even you — didn’t have to worry that their largest investment was losing value due to a foundation crack. They didn’t lose sleep at night wondering if a floor might buckle or a wall might cave in. These are all good reasons why it makes sense to fix your foundation problems now, rather than waiting.
And, as we said earlier, you’re going to have to address your foundation problems one way or another eventually. So, wouldn’t you rather fix them now, when it’s so much less expensive?
Concrete Replacement Doesn’t Address the Real Problem
Maybe you’re putting off addressing your concrete problems because you think the only answer is disruptive, noisy, messy concrete replacement. You picture old concrete being jackhammered out and hauled away. New concrete being poured and left to cure for up to a week or more. And, when it’s all said and done, the soil issues that caused your concrete to fail in the first place are still there lurking beneath the slabs. There is a better way –– to lift, level and stabilize concrete permanently and have it ready for use within just 48 hours. And, thanks to new technology, old, worn-out concrete can even be resurfaced so that it looks brand-new, with minimal disruption and minimal mess.
Why DIY Fixes Won’t Cut It
With a big-box DIY store around just about every corner, it’s tempting to try a quick fix for your cracked or sunken pavement. You could seal the cracks with cheap polyurethane caulk. (Of course, it will likely peel and crack over time.) You might even try some sort of driveway resurfacing kit to hide the flaws in your concrete, but that won’t address the soil underneath your slabs that’s causing the problem to begin with. Plus, let’s face it, a DIY surface never looks as good as one that’s professionally installed. The truth is, if you really want professional results, you need to hire a professional team with the experience, equipment and guarantee to do the job right.
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The Real Estate Seller Disclosure Act requires foundation repair needs to be disclosed to potential home buyers. Realtors tell us they are forced to discount homes with foundation structural defects 10-20% to make a sale. What is your home worth in today's market? Imagine losing that much money from your home's value by not permanently fixing your foundation!